Globe-Trotter is the luggage label of choice for those looking to punctuate their travel with timeless British glamour. Representing a refreshing sense of authenticity, the brand has been creating suitcases, for clients including Sir Winston Churchill, in the same Hertfordshire factory since 1897.

Every piece of luggage is handcrafted in a traditional manufacturing method that spans five days, and involves the process of compressing over a dozen pieces of paper and glue. This distinctive construction technique not only creates a uniquely lightweight and sturdy base material, but it’s one that’s difficult to replicate – ensuring few imitations.

This season, the traditional craftsmanship of the brand collides with the pioneering spirit of Alexander McQueen in the creation of a quintessentially British capsule collection. Each suitcase is stamped with signature details synonymous with the iconic label, including a studded black exterior and skull motif lining, and finished with Globe-Trotter’s time-honoured design details. The result is a collection of sharp and stylish suitcases that perfectly balances the best of both modern and classic British design.